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Dye & Durham enters strategic partnership with the Law Society of England and Wales

Dye & Durham, the industry-leading provider of cloud-based efficient workplace software for legal and business professionals, is now a Strategic Partner of the Law Society of England and Wales.

As the independent professional body for solicitors in England and Wales, the Law Society acts as the voice of solicitors. By driving excellence in the profession, the Law Society promotes the vital role legal services play in the economy.

“Dye & Durham is a leading provider of practice management, data insights and due diligence, and client onboarding solutions in the United Kingdom. We’re thrilled to become a Strategic Partner of The Law Society and to have the opportunity to demonstrate our capabilities and expertise to even more legal professionals in the UK. We’re looking forward to working more closely with The Law Society and its members,” says Martha Vallance, Chief Operating Officer, at Dye & Durham.

“We are delighted to welcome Dye & Durham as a strategic partner. It is a global organisation with much to offer our members in helping streamline processes, providing certainty on transactions, and working efficiently with highly accurate data. The Law Society looks forward to working together to benefit the membership,” says Fiona O’Mahony, Head of Partnerships & Commercial at The Law Society.

As part of the partnership, Dye & Durham looks forward to communicating with Law Society members through Law Society conferences and events, and sharing best practices, knowledge and information on creating efficiencies for solicitors. Dye & Durham will also offer informed opinion and insights to the organisation’s membership through Law Society publications.

For further information please see www.dyedurham.co.uk or www.lawsociety.org.uk.

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